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Under the proposed measure the city would pay 50 of its most troubled young criminals to be good.
In Northern Virginia, a longtime abortion provider retired, setting a grand deception in motion.
Before she was slain, Nicole Madison Lovell used the Web to escape health problems, bullies and being 13.
Our houses may never recover from the damage done by our marauding, snowstorm-bound children.
Are we raising a future generation of basement dwellers? Sometimes it feels like it.
Where’s the War College for snow preparation? Because Washington desperately needs a new strategy.
The Capitol Hill treehouse furor is another example of growing intolerance for kid-fueled enterprises.
Some lawmakers want to recognize out-of-state concealed handgun permits that violate Virginia’s laws.
Playing is addictive for the poor and elderly. Even so, I couldn’t resist a $1.3 billion jackpot.
This just in for Easter: Post columnist delivers a golden egg of a tale about how a children’s book has inspired women to be bold.